David Yorks
The Warren Commission Report: Fact or Fiction

David Yorks is a life-long resident of Lake Minnetonka and a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a History degree and a Masters Degree in American History. He has a fifty-five year interest in the presidency of John F. Kennedy.


Regarding the Kennedy assassination, David has attended several national conferences and has met with and discussed the assassination with witnesses present in Dealey Plaza as well as discussing the assassination with several doctors who were present at Parkland Hospital, where they attempted to save the President’s life. David’s business career included being a buyer at Dayton’s Department Store and owning a business that sold apparel to JCPenney. (JCPenney is headquartered in Dallas which allowed David to visit Dallas frequently, sixteen times in one year alone.) David also worked for Minnesota's United States Senator Rudy Boschwitz.

This presentation highlights the major discrepancies between the findings of the Warren Commission, which investigated the assassination of President Kennedy in 1964 for ten months versus the conclusions of the United States House of Representatives Select Committee on Assassinations, which investigated the assassination for thirty-one months, ending in 1979.